Palm Beach front architecture board suggests structure for 756 Hi Mount Rd too massive

At its most recent meeting, the Architectural Commission questioned the scale of this Italian-style house designed for an extraordinarily high lakeside lot facing the Lake Trail at 756 Hi Mount Road. [Rendering courtesy Town of Palm Beach]

The concept behind the design and style of a new tailor made household prepared for 756 Hello Mount Road — on just one of the best points in Palm Seashore — was to remember a villa on a Lombardy hillside, possibly overlooking Lake Como, in accordance to its architect.

“It’s incredibly Italian,” Ken Tate of Ken Tate Architect a short while ago informed the Architectural Commission about the house prepared for the North Close web page overlooking the Intracoastal Waterway.

The household — with its tiled roofs, outdoor terraces and two sets of split stairways major down to the seawall — was envisioned to show up as though it ended up “cascading down the hill,” Tate claimed.

The good deal has about a 26-foot drop from the roadway down to the Lake Path, commissioners were advised throughout their Sept. 23 assembly, which was held almost on the Zoom Webinar platform.